[ADV] Health Insurance For Expatriates In Germany


In Germany, it is mandatory for everyone to have a health insurance. It is considered one of the most comprehensive expatriate international insurance information providers for people working or studying in Germany. Others Germany health insurance insurance

5 Lessons To Learn From Germany’s Thriving Startup Scene


Germany is obviously a great place to build a business. This is evident in the fact that many of the companies that were birthed in Germany have grown to be world leaders. But it’s not just old companies that are thriving in Germany. Others Germany startup

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Evonik of Germany Buys Austin-Based Structured Polymers


The post Evonik of Germany Buys Austin-Based Structured Polymers appeared first on SiliconHills. Evonik, a German company, has acquired Austin-based Structured Polymers, a startup focused on 3D printing. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Structured Polymers, founded in 2012, raised $1.5

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Germany

The Next Web

Just last year Germany’s startups collected a record €4.6 By Marta Dawydzik and Andrea Hak When you hear underground techno clubs with permissive raves and more museums than rainy days per year, there is only one city that comes to mind: Berlin.

Fostering Business Ties Between Austin and Frankfurt, Germany


At the W Hotel in downtown Austin the focus was on the high tech region of Frankfurt, Germany on Tuesday evening. John Steen, Texas Secretary of State, and 20 people […] The post Fostering Business Ties Between Austin and Frankfurt, Germany appeared first on SiliconHills.

Episode 24: Profit First In Germany With Benita Königbauer

Mike Michalowicz

Benita shares her story of implementing Profit First in Germany. Million small businesses in Germany; 1.1 Benita shares her story of implementing Profit First in Germany. Million small businesses in Germany; 1.1 Show Summary.

UK and Germany driving growth in European venture

The Equity Kicker

I’m sure there are lots of reasons for this, but an important one is political support. The UK government has done a great job of supporting the UK startup ecosystem over the last few years, most notably through tax incentives for investors. Startup general interest

399 scale-ups in UK, 208 in Germany, 205 in France

The Equity Kicker

The Startup Europe Partnership (SEP) just published their SEP Monitor: From Unicorns to Reality. There’s a wealth of good data there on fundraising in different categories split by geography.

[Infographic] Education By Country (United States, China, Russia, France, Germany and Japan)


and in front of Germany, France and Japan. Others China education education system France Germany government expenditure Japan Russia students United States

How to land new clients for your startup business

The Startup Magazine

Starting up your own business venture is never easy. But it is one of the most rewarding career moves you can ever do in your life. Having a good idea is one of the most important steps towards a successful business plan, as originality is always rewarded in the competitive, modern marketplace.

6 tips to bridge cultural differences in marketing communication

The Startup Magazine

But this is absolutely out of the question in Germany. Your products and services are successful in your home country. There’s nothing stopping you to enter foreign markets. If it works here, your neighbors must love it too! But then results disappoint. What went wrong?

Ride the Wave

Version One Ventures

I was 16 and living in (West) Germany when the wall was torn down. The reunification that followed less than a year later brought tremendous optimism to Germany. News Berlin Wall Career Germany Internet In the course of your career or start-up, nothing is more powerful than catching a big wave at the right time. I was reminded of this as we celebrated the 25 th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9th.

Extra Benefits of Attending Trade Shows

The Startup Magazine

Marketing Brand business venture conference Design Dusseldorf exhibit exhibition stand Germany hiring meeting mentor network opportunities Relationship Social media startup supplier trade show TravelBeing a small-scale business owner is hard work.

Plex and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

deal architect

A collaboration with the CEO of Software AG, most of the examples profiled there were Germany based. I first wrote about the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the 2013 book The Digital Enterprise.

Creativity is Not a Muse, it’s a Choice

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Creativity and Self-Expression Inspirational Jack's Notebook Public Speaking Alf Red Austria Creativity Follow the Weasel Germany Innovation“Creativity is Not a Muse, it’s a Choice.” ” Gregg Fraley Yes, that’s my quote, and what this post is all about today. I’m writing this piece to co-publish on a cool new blog called Follow the Weasel.

Yet another alarmist automation report. This time from PwC.

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I groaned when I read this from my former employer, PwC “Our analysis suggests that up to 30% of UK jobs could potentially be at high risk of automation by the early 2030s, lower than the US (38%) or Germany. Industry Commentary Silicon Collar

Creativity around the planet

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Innovation from around the world Stadel Museum in the flesh – Germany Design Capital – Las Vegas, US Europe’s startup capitals – various Services Outsourcing – Poland Reimagining India – India British Airways Digital Luggage Tag – UK Manufacturing lessons

The tree of innovation

deal architect

During my early summer visit to Software AG HQ campus in Darmstadt, Germany I opened the door to the balcony of the second storey room I was working in, and was impressed with the friendliness of the Blauregen (literally Blue

The Art of the Analyst Summit

deal architect

In the 90s, SAP used to fly a handful of Gartner analysts to Walldorf, Germany for several days of briefings. It allowed analysts “full immersion time” with executives and product development/strategy folks. It required significant investment on both sides, and. Industry Commentary

Brasil won

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Kudos to Germany for that amazing victory. But it was just a game. Brazil has been winning millions of hearts in the last month. Like that of my nephew who had a fabulous week there during the FIFA WC.

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Interview with Stephan Sieber, CEO of Unit4

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He joined the company in 2014, after over more than a decade at SAP, including Managing Director of SAP Switzerland and Chief Operating Officer of the region DACH (Germany, Switzerland. Stephan Sieber took over as CEO of Unit4 in April.

Its a small world after all

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Innovation from around the globe Wagenstandanzeiger – a beauty of data visualization - Germany Daring New Buildings – Azerbaijan Microsoft and the Sochi Olympics – Russia Video Analytics Capital – Macau World Design Capital – S. Africa Innovation is GREAT. Globalization and Technology

The froth of innovation

deal architect

I have been on a no-beer diet for a while now, and so my visit to Germany and Czech last week provided an even more pleasant reacquaintance with Bitburger, Pilsener Urquell and other golden nectars.

More global innovation

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Mexico Technology on the ICE Train – Germany Shipping ice cream globally – US, China Big Data of Long Lives – Italy, Greece, Japan Nokia alumni. Innovation from around the globe'' iElevation – Nepal A museum or a library? Globalization and Technology

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More Global Innovation

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Bumper crop of innovations from various parts of the world we don’t always expect innovation from Near Cashless Society – Sweden A decade of LeWeb – France Faber-Castell – Germany Wine “Rover” – German wine country Rail Power – Kazakhstan.

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More New Renaissance

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on the innovation blog Apple’s iCloud data center via Google Earth Orient Express – train from China to Germany Eindhoven – smartest city in the world Global Warming Score on New Car Stickers. Innovative Business Uses of Technology

Grand Challenges for the E2.0, SAP and young entrepreneur communities

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conference in Boston and the Sapience conference in Cologne, Germany this week. I am presenting at the Enterprise 2.0 I also get a chance to spend some time while in Boston with students at Babson College - a school which

Frameworks Round 2


Last week, we posted the results of benchmarking several web application development and frameworks. The response was tremendous. We received comments, recommendations, advice, criticism, questions, and most importantly pull requests from dozens of readers and developers.

Mattress company Emma is fastest-growing startup in Europe

The Next Web

For the fifth year in a row Adyen and TNW teamed up to find the fastest growing companies in Europe’s six hottest startup ecosystems: the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, and Sweden.

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Here are the 5 hottest startups in Sweden

The Next Web

At a total of 120, it topped the number of exits from other, much larger startup ecosystems like Germany (112), the UK (77), and France (44). Dubbed a ‘unicorn factory’ Sweden has become a powerhouse incubator for some of the most innovative startups.

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Tech5 2019 will expand its reach to all of Europe and Israel — apply now

The Next Web

Except this year we’re going big… In the past, only startups from the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, France, Germany, and Sweden could apply. TNW and Adyen’s annual Tech5 competition is back again.

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Peter Thiel says the Dublin Web Summit isn’t representative of ‘slacker’ Europe

The Next Web

Thiel, who was born in Germany before moving with his parents to California aged one, told the audience: “The Web Summit is not representative of Europe at all. How would my life have turned out if I grew up in Germany instead?

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Here are the 5 hottest startups in Estonia

The Next Web

And the country isn’t just dominating in terms of quantity, in 2017 it also brought in more venture capital funding per capita than major tech hubs like Germany, France and Spain.

Free rides are the future of public transport, according to this German startup

The Next Web

Carpooling offers the same features as conventional ride-sharing, but is often vastly cheaperThe initiative will run for three months, and is from mobility platform startup Door2Door, and Germany’s largest automobile club, Allgemeine Deutsche Automobil-Club (ADAC).

European Real Estate in 2020: Cooling or Continued Growth?

The Startup Magazine

Germany and France lead. Same as Germany, there is a relatively large disparity between rural areas and major cities like Paris or Lyon, where real estate trends show double-digit price increases in 2019.

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How Blacklane went from one city to over 250 around the world

The Next Web

In the lead-up to Tech5 2017 – the annual competition organized by TNW and Adyen which celebrates Europe’s fastest-growing tech companies in The Netherlands, UK, Germany, Spain, France and Sweden– we’re launching a series of remarkable stories of businesses that experienced extreme growth.

The UK is still hot for ecommerce

The Equity Kicker

Germany, the next European country on the list, was two places behind the UK with $84bn spend. Germany has a population of 81m and the UK has 64m people. Us Brits are famously a nation of shoppers, and that’s translated into being a nation of online shoppers.

Ecommerce in the Middle East: Amazon’s entrance and difficult legislation

The Next Web

Another notable exit from this region is Talabat which was acquired by Delivery Hero based out of Germany.

Why The Government is Isn’t a Bigger Version of a Startup

Steve Blank

This article previously appeared in War On The Rocks. There was a time when much of U.S. academia was engaged in weapon systems research for the Defense Department and intelligence community.

How Typeform became the world’s most popular online form creator

The Next Web

In the lead-up to Tech5 2017 – the annual competition organized by TNW and Adyen which celebrates Europe’s fastest-growing tech companies in the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Spain, France and Sweden – we’re launching a series of remarkable stories of businesses that experienced extreme growth.

Who are the 30 fastest growing companies in Europe?

The Next Web

For the fourth year in a row, TNW and Adyen joined forces to organize the Tech5 competition in which we scour The Netherlands, the UK, Spain, France, Germany and Sweden for the fastest revenue-growing companies. This is a question we ask ourselves.

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UK VCs growing faster than European counterparts

The Equity Kicker

These fears were compounded by programmes from France, Germany and other governments to get UK companies to relocate. One fear I heard expressed a lot post Brexit is that the London will lose it’s place as the dominant startup centre in Europe.

Meet 4 more of Europe’s fastest-growing tech firms:  Leetchi, MAG Interactive, Run a Shop, and Hailo

The Next Web

These startups include companies from France, United Kingdom, Germany, and Sweden. The Next Web has been hunting down the fastest-growing startups in Europe.